The Michelberger is somewhere in the grey area between a hotel and a hostel, and is proof that hotel design is becoming increasingly diverse, individual and tailored to travellers needs. Communal spaces are comfortable refuges for tired travellers, and are stocked to the brim with reading material. Books and magazines aren’t reserved for shelves and coffee tables, one-off lampshades are made of the sheets of vintage reads.
Dining spaces are equally nice, with large windows, subway tiled walls, bare concrete floors and a mix-and-match collection of chairs.
Guestrooms are as quirky as the rest of the hotel and also feature books very strongly. Even details like the ‘do not disturb’ signs have been custome made to fit the playful design.
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